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UFC 300 features a massive main card, with Alex Pereira taking on Jamahal Hill as the featured event. It goes down Saturday, April 13th in Las Vegas – but you can find all the bets right here at Bovada. We’ve got all the UFC 300 odds for you, covering five huge bouts plus a big lineup of prelims too. Check out the UFC 300 Main Card preview below and get ready for all the action.


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Pereira (-130) vs Hill (+110)

The odds for this headlining UFC 300 matchup are tightly matched, with the underdog Hill at +110. UFC fans are expecting an epic battle, so let’s dive in to see what each fighter brings to the octagon.

Alex Pereira is the reigning light heavyweight champ, and he comes from what many consider is still the OG mecca of MMA, Brazil. Pereira is 6’4”, giving him huge reach over most opponents. Except in this case. Hill himself is the same height, so scratch that usual reach advantage. His 9-2 record (with 7 wins by knockout) comes mostly as a middleweight, but he took the light heavyweight belt five months ago. This is Pereira’s first title defense, and Dana White and the UFC crew made sure it was a tough test.

Jamahal Hill is 12-1 in the UFC, bringing the same height and the same knockout total (7) as Pereira. Hill is on a 4-fight win streak heading into UFC 300, with his last win going the distance against Glover Teixeira in the Fight of the Night at UFC 283 in January.

With a matchup this tight, a lot of fight fans might like to look at the UFC 300 props for some action. If you think Pereira can take it by submission, you’re looking at +2200 odds – pretty solid value for a close battle.

You can even take the individual fighters out of the equation and look at UFC 300 odds for the total rounds that the fight will go. In Pereira vs. Hill, the Over/Under for the fight to do the distance is currently at +260.

Weili (-500) vs Xiaonan (+375)

The UFC Women’s Strawweight Title is on the line at UFC 300, and it’s a rare all-Chinese battle.

Zhang Weili, the current belt holder of the division, is a dominant force with a 24-3 record, with 46% of her wins coming by knockout and almost half her victories happening in the first round. After two back-to-back losses against the legendary Rose Namajunas, she’s on a 3-win streak and has only one other loss in her career.

Yan Xiaonan is 17-3 all-time and is a pretty big underdog heading into the matchup. At +375 currently, the UFC 300 odds creators give her a fighting shot but not much more than that.

She’s got the same knockout percentage as Zhang, but most of her wins have come by decision.

If fight fans are interested in some action outside the main odds, they might like some of the prop bets for Zhang vs. Yan. The odds of +600 for Zhang to win by unanimous decision are decent value if you think Yan can hang in for the duration of the fight.

Gaethje (-165) vs Holloway (+135)

The current BMF titleholder, Justin Gaethje, is a long-time veteran of big UFC events. Despite his age (35), his status as a savvy vet might be a big reason the UFC 300 odds are in his favor. His BMF status – won in a battle with Dustin Poirier in July 2023 at UFC 291 – is hard to argue with.

Twenty of Gaethje’s 26 wins have come by knockout; a hefty 80%. He’s also been awarded the Fight of the Night at least seven times, and several Fight of the Year wins as well. He’s known for his wild fights and it’s this battle against Max Holloway that many are expecting to win Fight of the Night.


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Holloway’s 25-7 record shows that he has a very similar track record to Gaethje. His knockout power is not as strong as Gaethje’s however, with less than half his wins coming by KO. In fact, 8 of Holloway’s last 9 fights have gone the distance.

That means he’s less likely to send Gaethje packing with a KO, but more likely to take him to the full five rounds, where a decision is due and anything can happen. At +135, bettors might like Holloway to win by decision or technical decision.

Tsarukyan (-220) vs Oliveira (+180)

Lightweight veteran Charles Oliveira has a 34-9-0 record, and he usually wins in decisive fashion. Of his 34 wins, 31 have come by submission or knockout. Submission is his preferred method, however, with 21 wins happening by way of his dominant ground game. He’s 4th all-time in submission average per 15 minutes. He’s a former UFC champ, so the bright lights and big spotlight of UFC 300 might not faze him all that much.

This makes Arman Tsarukyan the favorite, at least in terms of UFC 300 odds. He has a strong 75% takedown defense, which could frustrate Oliveira. He’s also got less mileage on his body, with a 21-3-0 record.

He also just boldly predicted a first-round TKO of Oliveira – he’ll be eager to prove himself right. With four of his past five wins coming by knockout, he might just be able to put his money where his mouth is.

Nickal (-2000) vs Brundage (+1000)

The most lopsided UFC 300 odds by far are in this main card battle between Bo Nickal and Cody Brundage. Why is this middleweight matchup so uneven, on paper at least?

Nickal is undefeated in UFC action, with a 5-0-0 record. But all five of his wins have been in the first round. His average fight time is a scary 01:22. His early dominance has old fighters like Michael Bisping calling Nickal the “American Khabib”, citing the brilliance of one of the best UFC fighters of all time, Khabib Nurmagamedov.

Brundage, meanwhile, has lost 1/3 of his fights, with a record of 10-5-0. But fight fans will always keep in mind the “puncher’s chance”, referring to any fighter who has knockout power. And Brundage has it. Fifty percent of his wins have come by KO.

If you like longshot UFC 300 odds, and you think every fighter has to lose for the first time some time, then Brundage over Nickal could be a play.

Dana White and the Ultimate Fighting Championship team have assembled a main card full of top-level fighters for UFC 300. So it only makes sense that Bovada’s leading sportsbook has assembled a huge list of odds and props for all the action too.

*All odds subject to change